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7 questions about Working Hours at City Beach Australia
Set working hours, very inflexible often called in less than two hours before a shift, unorganised
Answered 21 May 2019
Yes, if meaning now then yes. They're always hiring, just need to keep your eyes out.
Answered 1 April 2022
you walk up to one of the staff already working there and explain its your first shift. They will then direct you to the back room where you'll watch some modules on a laptop about the general store functions. This will take about half an hour max. Then you''l be directed again by your manger to where you'll be in the store. Most of the time they put the new people on fitting rooms or the back.
Answered 21 November 2020
Insane. If VM you have to do a 12 hour day every Monday but have to be done before the store opens at 9am which is impossible. Christmas is no better as you do VM until 1am in the morning
Answered 17 July 2020
5 to 8 hours depending on days
Answered 17 April 2020
They can only work one day during the week they are at school
Answered 22 January 2019
There has been good communication between the store manager and casuals. City Beach has offered fun activities/competitions for employees to get involved in online while stuck in lockdown, which has been thoughtful & fun.
Answered 11 September 2021
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